The February session of the JEE exam is scheduled to be held across the country from February 23 to 26, 2021. Thus, JEE aspirants only have less than two months to prepare for the exam. However, there is a lot one can do within this time. Our experts have gathered a list of essential preparation strategies to crack the exam in the first attempt.
Related : JEE Main 2021 : Subject-Wise Study Plan
There have been new changes in the JEE Main exam pattern. For example, there are now two sections in every subject of the exam.
In the second section, JEE aspirants have to choose 5 out of 10 numerical value type questions. To score well, Practice NVT questions from JEE Main Online mock tests as much as possible to get full marks in these sections.
Candidates must be able to promptly remember the important mathematical and scientific formulas to solve questions quickly. We recommend candidates to make a chart/note of the most important formulas, scientific equations, relations, etc, and revise these every day before the exam.
JEE Aspirants should revise from their self-made short notes to quickly read all the important theories, concepts, relations, formulas, and problem-solving methods. With a clear understanding, JEE aspirants can attempt all the five NVT questions in section B of each subject as there is no negative marking in this section.
Section A of each subject of JEE Main contains MCQ-type questions thus candidates can refer to the JEE Main previous year papers to make a list of the most important topics from which MCQ type questions are asked in the exam. They can also focus on preparations of these topics to improve the number of good attempts in the first section of each subject.
JEE aspirants must focus on the subjects that are weak at first & try to clear out the confusion in such topics and prepare to dedicate the remaining time in implementing the smart preparation strategies that we are suggesting here.
Proper time management is one of the most important strategies for securing high scores. The duration of the JEE exam is 3 hours only within which candidates have to attempt 75 questions. JEE Aspirants must solve Online JEE Mock Tests like Edumate Plus to achieve maximum accuracy in the given time frame.
One last but extremely useful tip is to taking care of health. We are still amid a pandemic, so all aspirants must eat healthily food & follow all the safety norms to stay protected.